For a second year in a row, Team Lola spent the district day off on May 25th cheering on students from CPNJ Horizon School.
Jefferson Elementary welcomed back the Torrey family to our school community.
Mrs. Newman and Mr. Rivera's 4th grade students celebrated Black History Month by creating a Biography Box display of noteworthy African Americans.
Thanks to amazing Jefferson parent volunteers, each class received a classroom presentation that focused on the achievements of Dr. King, the events of the Civil Rights movement and the power of Dr. King’s words, and how they impact our lives today.
All proceeds will go to the service project chosen by 4FS that supports children in hospitals.
Mrs. Scasso's fourth grade class celebrated the Winter Solstice with a found nature activity, which brought together the worlds of art, citizenship and mindfulness.
They collected non-food donation items for Our Lady of Sorrows Food Bank. The students did such a wonderful job of bringing in bags full of shampoo, soap, etc.
The students decided to multiply their gratitude by paying it forward.
The students compared the regions of New Jersey – the Piedmont Region in which Maplewood and South Orange are located to the Atlantic Coastal Plain’s Jersey Shore.
Jefferson Team LOLA Students along with their parents dedicated their May 27th day off from school to the children at Cerebral Palsy School of New Jersey to celebrate their Wheelin’ and Walkin’ yearly event.
Several Students from Jefferson’s Fourth Grade decided that they wanted to promote respect and kindness among students.
3rd grade classes from Jefferson Elementary participated in Discovery Education’s STEM Day.
The month long celebration culminated with student artwork decorating the hallways and a school wide assembly.
Ms. Kruglinski, the Jefferson Art teacher, planned this trip to motivate students to learn about the visual history of our world.
Each student designed a quilting square detailing a person, place, or event from African American History.
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FAQ on EV-D68
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